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getting there than on the ground. f.b.i. agents arriving in benghazi, libya. the agents gather the evidence and left 12 hours later. the f.b.i. revealing little information except to say that agents are working with the libyan government. we are expecting's brand new report on the economy that could have a major affect on the presidential race . the labor department will release the september jobs report. unemployment rate expected to inch up . it has been above 8 percent for the last 42 months straight. today's report will be the second for the election . a new warning this morning. cvc said the outbreak of deadly form of menigitus is. six states and leaving five people dead . it is link would to a steroid commonly used for back pain . it health officials suspect that bacteria was in the steroid and which is now recalled. the drug maker surrendered its license. darrell hannah making a splash in jail when she was protesting the key tone pipe line. the two stood in front of ground clearing equipment. both were charged with criminal trespassing and those are your headlines. brian
publicly that the attacks were an act of terrorism. another issue has been why it took the f.b.i. so long to gain access to the attack sites which they only did yesterday. today the state department spokesman explained the delay, in part. >> we were working with the government of libya to obtain permission for the f.b.i. team and the d.o.d. support team to travel there. we did seek overflight permission and landing of the aircraft and worked to get the appropriate visas so we have been working through all of this. >> the state department also acknowledged today that requests from officials to keep at the ready a state department airplane in the country wereryjected saying the plane was returned to iraq when the commercial flights in libya resumed. trace? >>trace: thank you, james, from washington, dc. now over to the senior fellow from the brookings institution which describes itself as a nonpartisan public and foreign policy think tank. i want to start off where james left off with the f.b.i. getting into benghazi. now we are hearing that is the only reason they were three weeks late bec
the electoral reforms he has processed. >> from protests in jordan to libya now where this week, a team of fbi agents arrived in benghazi to investigate the assault on the u.s. embassy last month in which four americans were killed. it comes at the same time state department e-mails were being revealed showing a request for the u.s. security team in benghazi, which was denied. >> according to these e-mails, they wanted to keep hold of a plane, which they had in libya. they said that it was important for security support for them. it was denied by the state department, and today, the state department said the reason it was denied was because these plans are only in use in countries where there is no commercial airline available. it was based in iraq and taken to libya, and as soon as commercial lenders came to libya, it was taken out. it probably would not have made a difference to what happened at the embassy, but it does raise questions about the procedures that were in place to help people escape any sort of situation of danger that they were put in. it is important to note that his plane wa
miller and former fbi director joins us this morning. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. >> what are we finding out about that security and are we getting the answers that we need? >> well we're going to be learning more. what we're learning now is that there were a drumbeat of incidents, about 13 security threats either directly to the embassy, to the consulate, a handful of those. but incidents in the surrounding area against british red cross and so on. and this was building up. >> why did ambassador stevens go to benghazi? and did they appreciate the danger and did they in fact, have enough security for him? >> this is a fascinating question. this is where our story forks off in two directions. i've been at embassies all over the world and seen how security works. when it comes to the ambassador whether he is going to make a trip, make that call, in the embassy, the ambassador is king. that is his call, whether he is going to go. the things that go along with that, the security of the facility he's going to the security provided to him on the road a lot o
contracted or the fungal meningitis. five of them have died. charlie. >>> in libya thursday fbi agents and other investigators visited what's left of the american consulate in benghazi. their first visit came three weeks after the attack that killed ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. officials tells cbs news there were repeated requests for additional security before the attack. so what are we finding out about that security and are we getting the answers that we need? >> well, we're going to be learning more. but what we're learning now is that there were a drum beat of incidents, about 13 security threats either directly to the embassy, to the consulate, a handful of those but then incidents surrounding in the surrounding area against british, red cross and so on. this was building up. >> why didn't ambassador stevens go to benghazi and did they appreciate the danger and did they, in fact, have enough security for him. >> okay. this is a fascinating question. this is where our story forks off in two different directions. i've been to embassies all over the world and
flexpen.com. >> fbi agents, u.s. special forces as well, are in libya today. it's been more than three weeks since four americans were killed in a rocket attack on the u.s. consulate in bengauze where i. one of those killed, of course, the u.s. ambassador to libya, chris stevens. the fbi says inadequate security prevented them from starting their investigation in benghazi before now. [ chanting ] >> angry, frustrated people feeling powerless to stop the civil war in syria. this is hama. this is where opposition groups say more shells landed today. >> after 19 months in fighting in syria they estimate that 19,000 people have been killed. opposition groups put that number much, much higher. more than a million people, half of them children, they're refugees. they're even too afraid to go home. there's also another victim in the civil war too. we're talking about the country's rich, important ancient history. this. >> some of the greatest landmarks in ruins. now after 19 months of fighting and civil war the global heritage fund says many historical treasures are being destroyed. the ancient villages
information. the military is providing security for an fbi team that's on the ground right now. the consulate sat unsecured for more than two weeks after that attack. >> 35 people in 6 states fighting fungal meningitis. that's a big jump from 26 just yesterday. at least 5 people have died. the number of infections could keep growing the cdc says the steroid medication linked to the outbreak was sent to 23 states. >> good gracious. >> the steroid was injected into the patient's spines for back pain. the company who made the medication is now issuing a voluntary recall. >>> a late-blooming arab spring in jordan. they are challenging jordan's king and its government today. they're expected to hold a rally expected to start in about an hour from now. supporters of the muslim brotherhood, the largest opposition party there, will press for broader political representation and a more democratic parliament in jordan as well. >>> more bad news for hockey fan. we do not deserve this, the nhl canceled the first two weeks of the regular season because of the ongoing player lockout. the season was schedul
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